What is the Carbon Monoxide Detector?
The Carbon Monoxide detector is a wireless sensor that configures to the Lifeline alarm unit or the Care Assist Pager. The wireless CO detector provides an immediate alert when dangerous emissions have been detected due to a blocked flue or fault in a fuel burning applicance. By using wireless technology, there is minimal disruption to fixtures and fittings during the installation process and detectors can be easily relocated should the need arise.
What are the Benefits of the Carbon Monoxide Detector?
- Effective range of up to 50 metres
- The expected battery life is 7 years from the date of battery activation
- It is aesthetically pleasing and relatively small an non-intrusive
Who’s it for?
Everyone should have a Carbon Monoxide detector in their home if they have an active gas supply into their property. The difference with a standard CO Detector and a Tunstall CO Detector is that not only will it alert the customer upon activation, it will also place a call through to our Control Centre. The Operator will then advise the customer to ventilate the property as best they can and may call the customers contacts depending on the level of service of the customer. The Operator will also call National Grid, who have a duty to respond within 1 hour. Upon arrival they will ‘make safe’ the property before leaving.